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Weston-super-Mare Town Council
Established in 2000, Weston-super-Mare Town Council is based at Grove House, also known as the Mayor's Parlour.
In 1889 Town Commissioners (the earliest form of elected local government established here in 1842) purchased the 8 acre Grove Park and Grove House from Cecil Smyth-Pigott, Lord of the Manor, for the benefit of the people of Weston-super-Mare.
Weston-super-Mare Town Council is the 'parish' council for the town. It has 31 Councillors who take no allowance and is the only democratically elected body that exclusively represents the people of Weston-super-Mare.
This website will tell you what we do for the people of Weston-super-Mare. Some of these services include:
- Play areas
- Bus shelters
- Barcode Youth Cafe
- Blakehay Theatre
- Weston-super-Mare Museum
- Cemetery at Milton Road
- Allotments in association with the Allotment Club.
For tourist information about where to stay and what to do in Weston and the surrounding areas go to the official Love Weston tourism website: www.loveweston.com
.........WESTON-SUPER-MARE ANNUAL TOWN MEETING.........
(THIS IS A PUBLIC MEETING)
THURSDAY 24TH APRIL 2014
The Blakehay Theatre
Wadham Street, Weston-super-Mare
Doors open to the public at 6.00 pm
Meeting starts at 7.00 pm
All members of the public are invited to attend
Exhibitions by local organisations
will be on view and Town Councillors are available to meet parishioners on a
one-to-one basis at 6.00 pm
The 14th Annual Report of the Town Council will be available at the meeting
Question Time at the end of the meeting
Please spare 5 minutes to
fill in the attached online survey in regards to the Town Council's
facilities and service.